This Sunday, April 11 is Divine Mercy Sunday. The Chaplet of Divine Mercy will be recited at 3pm in the church. All are most welcome to attend this Easter Season celebration!.
For more information on Divine Mercy Sunday click here
Sunday: 8:30 AM & 10 AM
Saturday: 4 PM
Monday thru Friday 8 AM
8:30 AM daily (after 8 AM Daily Mass)
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturdays: 3-3:30 PM
Masses will be live-streamed on YouTube channel StMarkJTN Live. You can subscribe to the channel or simply click here to watch.
Sunday at 8:30 AM
Monday thru Friday at 8 AM
Pastor: Rev. W. Douglas Grant
Pastor Emeritus: Rev. William J. O'Neill
& Rev. Stephen P. Amaral
Admin. Asst.: Joy Mikolay
The virtual Faith Nights continue on Tuesdays at 6:30pm. This is a great opportunity to engage with the parish community in prayer, learn new things, and have some fun!
Each week will be a different activity and the themes will vary by month:
5th Tuesday, March 30th - Stations of the Cross
1st Tuesday, April 6th - Rosary (Glorious)
2nd Tuesday, April 13th - Game Night (Trivia)
3rd Tuesday, April 20th - Faith Talk
4th Tuesday, April 27th - Favorite Hymns
This is open to all parishioners and there is no need to register, the meeting log in details will be sent to the parish email list or you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Parish Lenten Mission
Father Robert Lacombe will conduct a Lenten Mission in our Parish on March 22nd-24th at 6:30pm. The Mission will present the wonderful father figure of our faith, Saint Joseph!
Pope Francis has declared 2021 a Holy Year dedicated to reflection upon the role of Saint Joseph in salvation history. In this year of universal anxiety due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Patron of the Universal Church, Saint Joseph, provides us with a solid base of trust and faith in God’s goodness!
Fr. Lacombe is well known to the people of Saint Mark Parish. He has conducted several missions in Jamestown in the past. He is a graduate of the Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium)and The American College Seminary of Louvain. Fr. Lacombe has served in several pastoral and academic assignments over the years and is well known throughout the Diocese of Providence
Father Lacombe will celebrate Mass each evening at 6:30pm and will conduct the Mission during the Homily. The Mission will also be live-streamed at YouTube channel StMarkJTN Live.
Monday, Mar. 22 - St. Joseph, Patron and Protector of the Universal Church
Tuesday, Mar. 23 - St. Joseph, Holy Worker, Terror of Demons, and Patron of the Dying
Wednesday, Mar. 24 - St. Joseph, Chaste Husband of Mary And Guardian of the Redeemer
If you missed any part of the parish mission, the recordings are still available on YouTube channel StMarkJTN Live, just scroll to the specific date!
Please check out these suggestions for pre-recorded Stations of the Cross. There are also several versions and mediations available on formed.org (for more information about Formed, see section below)
Way of the Cross by Fr. Mark ToupsJesus, as an observant Jewish man, would have prayed the Psalms throughout the day, and drawn strength and peace from them. Fr. Toups invites us to step closer to Christ and pray beside Him, drawing strength from Scripture during His last moments before the Crucifixion.
Stations of the Cross for ChildrenSimple explanations designed for children to understand what happens at each Station.
Formed is an online service that the parish has purchased which features a collection of Catholic resources created by the Augustine Institute. Simply go to formed.org and search for our parish (Saint Mark Church or 02835), choose sign up as a parishioner and you will be prompted to create a free account. Once you have an account, you can sign in on any smart device or TV.